Women Who #InspireInclusion and Change

At thirteen lune, our mission of inclusive beauty goes further than an eye shadow palette or contour brush. We strive to create a movement of inclusivity and our women founders are at the heart of how we get closer every day. From industry disrupting hair care brands to clean and enticing fragrance lines, these founders are utilizing inclusive beauty as a vehicle for change to empower, uplift and propel forward the community around them.

Meet the women-owned brands and founders who advocate for equity, diversity and inclusion in beauty and beyond by incorporating a giveback portion into their business and company culture.

4AM Skin Founders, Jade Beguelin And Sabrina Sade

Created by Sabrina Sadeghian and Jade Begueli, 4am Skin is designed to be luxurious, minimalist-driven skincare to simplify your beauty routine. Since launch, the founding duo has ensured that 5% of each order goes to New York’s LGBTQ Community Center.
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Founder Nancy Twine has built a hair care empire and an activated community with her 11-year-old brand. With Briogeo, she is committed to giving back by investing in organizations led by communities of color at the heart of the climate movement.
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Brown Girl Jane Founders - Malaika Jones, Nia Jones and Tai Beauchamp

Brown Girl Jane, the fragrance brand founded by sisters and business leaders, Malaika and Nia Jones, along with media and beauty industry veteran Tai Beauchamp, has awarded over half a million dollars in grants to Black women entrepreneurs.

The #BrownGirlSwap grant fund, a partnership between BROWN GIRL Jane and SheaMoisture, was created 4 years ago to provide much-deserved funding and support for other Black women founders in beauty and wellness.
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By Rosie Jane Founder - Rosie Jane Johnston

Along with several other thirteen lune brands, By Rosie Jane has joined the The Every Body Campaign, which unites 60+ brands from across the beauty industry in support of reproductive justice for all.
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Cheekbone Beauty Founder - Jenn Harper

To date, Cheekbone Beauty has donated more than $250,000 to a wide variety of causes. These include Shannen’s Dream and the FNCFCS, the Navajo Water Project, One Tree Planted, and a variety of non-profit organizations across North America.
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Even before their first product launch, founders Sahar Sanjar Dejban and Sahar Vazin Nezhad, knew they would commit to supporting mental health organizations with their skincare brand. When you purchase any item from Sundree, they donate 3% right back to the Mental Health Coalition.
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